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This paper presents an investigation on finite time thermodynamic evaluation and analysis of a Solardish Stirling heat engine. Finite time thermodynamics has been applied to determine the net power output and thermal efficiency of the Stirling system with finite-rate heat transfer, regenerative heat loss, conductive thermal bridging loss and finite regeneration process time. The model investigates the effects of the inlet temperature of the heat source and heat sink, the volumetric ratio of thedoi:10.1109/tit.2014.2358672 fatcat:gu5p4z2z6rbuvei6qlaplp5gde